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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 13 November 1871

(tfvenmfl £tate gaunutl VIRCHIUA NEWS. —The amount of coal shipped from Alex andria during the week ending Saturda last, was o,3.")0 tous. —A letter addressed to A. D. Warwick, Richmond, Va., is held for postage iv the Lynchburg office. —The ladies of Alexandria are lo hold a festival on the 22d hist, for the benefit o ' tlie library of that city. —A large number of people of Charlottes ville are now swearing they voted the Dem ocratic ticket. Where's the individual who —The Rev. I. A. Peterson, paster of the Cumberland-Street M. K. church, of Nor lolk, for four years, preached his farewell sermon yesterday. —George Drown, the United Slates so ilier, charged with killing a comrade at Fort Monroe, was on Thursday found guilty of manslaughter. —Dr. Oscar Wiley, a worthy and est mable citizen of Craig county, having pur chased property in the town of Salem, will, in future, make his residence in that town. —The steamer Astoria, a regular pack et in tho Roanoke river, was burned at her ...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 13 November 1871

dventofl £ tat* guutttnt. __.—.— - . _• i iiJ. I CBI.tS-K*i DAILY, SV-VII-WEEKLY. AM) WKKKXY, I At tfo »I.H Mais Sthkkt, Rich-OSd, ViatiiKTA. ' KIiUAKU BANIEL-., Ediur and Manager. ' TIEfCHSi i-.-T**ir to 00! Three months 100 ] -si_ months As 00 | ()ne mouth "rfl ■HHI-WKEKLY. [ISSC.B SVSST TC-SDAT ASD PBIDAT.] n» rear *'2 W) I Three months 7» i >jix months 1 25 | One month J* WEEKLY. [lISCSD -VHRI WBDHSSDAT.] Ons year »1 50 I Si* months 73 j OLtTB RATES FOR SEMt-WEEKLY : One Tear. Six Monlht. Three Months. *3 eoi>iss....Tll 00 H*. *'■">" \ u ,-oi-s-s. 20 00 10 00 0 00 . «, coSss S5 en 17 50 *• 75 ,-Jl C-pEw... 75 1)0 97 fit) 1*73 •tJ-Slieclmen oopies of each edition sent free, i MONDAY EVENING, NOV. 13, IS7I. B-—*---a-a--c-!r^-. j — — U.MFAC TUBES OUR RESOURCE—THK I FIRST STEP. Hut there is one subject mi which we have a | -euse vrhan one resource is diminished to fall • hack'upon anoiher. Our manufacturing Inter ests If properly developed and utilized, may j he made to go ...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 13 November 1871

;- i\h.\Y EVENING, NOV. 111, IS7I. WOMKN OF OLD TIM IS AND SiKW. Ilieorge VV. ranis Csntl.TS._i irshipped women as goddesses lem as toys. Shakspeare has i so truly thai Shelly says: o of Shakspeare's women." groups who look nt llie play of '7i!," and laugh because ■NM ■ remember truly a woman because she is she less feminine than Juliet ' of Verona? i -aid, T cannot think that men so delicate, so glorious, wards of our houses. nce.s all the women of whom his lingers, and says in an Play with your pretty fans, plt'U-urp, sotiic io -turintss Mmbt, man it- at lii-arl a rake says: loth.-, are ever hy glare, rt.nn Ms way where sera, n* is bright particular seraph if the richest' women of her money, and so treated her breed to leave him ra less than iew of women is reflected in' those days, their one idea he ■les Lamb calls "the nndivi ' lawles.: gallantry." iiment women, and eompli tty mask of contempt. The ;t compliments women is the ;t despises them, d story of the ragoutcd slip of gal...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 13 November 1871

~ _. ———— £fi*U #ouvnal MON'bAV KVEMNIi, NOV. 13, ISTI. IN MEMOKIAitI. ..eotly icitiu-e \ I*l.l- to death, I 'turn her com Ii oi' wr.lii-i'-il IB.TS. ; llerdirg., thi' melaiicliol. brsnUa (if nutumii. crown.il wil h fu-1.-.l \vr._llu: llui sweeter to tho Bplrit's <->•■-. A i-i- vislosHl of celestial rest. Where thought can r**&cb '-t- rniiy, And faith hold ctnm i-e with lilt) bli'.l Beyond luir Ilea veil's mo*t(llßtant .lav The soul may wine Its pen.lv. "dent in tfiootllt. revolve with world* alar. Ur«-»sp a paradise of light' Hut mortal mind scare, rendu-., time, Er. each sxquielts souse is chilled. ( mr Meal-worship's bin a shrine. Which deaih wilh sacred aslit-s tills. While autumn (Traced her dying hours With golden skies and zephyrs, bland, Heath 'woke anew his fatal power*, And pointed to tlie shadowy land ! I was not with startling tread he cape, (To fold the Infant's lily hands. Or quench in youth love's anient flame) This monarch pale, from unseen laud- :--ft c'en...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 14 November 1871

—-J . _ ■ ON THK UK -IT TRACK. We have received several copies of th. New Orleans National Republican, a now administration paper recently started in that city. It is merciless towards Warniouth and his party, who are, doubtless, guilty of many charges preferred against them by | the Republican. It goes in for reform, and such au one, too, as many of tho .Southern States have long needed. While many Republican journals are jubilant over the fate which has overtaken Tweed and his a-sociates, but few of them have recognized the neces sity which demands the arrest and punish ment of those who have plundered our sis ter States. .\'hen we shall have fully awakened to the necessity of putting in office honest men only, and denouncing and punishing the dishonest, then may we ex pect, not only the .Southern people, but the better class of tho North, to regard us u-i proper custodians of the christian principles of Republicanism. Virginia, we are glad to believe, is com paratively free from ...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 14 November 1871

(fMttittfl -State $Mum.* fret.tea*.. DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY. AND WIF.KXY, ! | AT tlo. all . Msts Stssst, liirs.osn, ViantsiA. - KUWARO DAMIE!.*. Kdllor un I M.unser. ' 1 TERMS: D A I I, V . One year *_-». lie I Three months— 1 go | Six months *s m | One month t) I SE.SII-tVEEKLV. [ISSV-D EVERT TUEBUAT AND FRIDAY.] Ine year .2 Ml | Three mouth* W „ \ iiiuiiiii- 1 '20 I One month Hal WEEKLY. fisersn -vuRY w-d:-rsdat.] One year .1 .0 j Six months fa CI.ITH RATES FOR SF.MI V.'EF.Ki.Y : One Rar, Sir Month.., Thru- Month*. t_ copies..... 11 oil X) flu |2H It) copies.... 3U oil 111 en 0 («i LM copies M OB 17 .'. S M to copies.... 75 00 37 Ml 18 Tv aifSpecimen copies ul e:u h eduioii sent free. TUESDAY r.VENINU, NOV. 11, IWI. PEIIi)iA.\E»T GRASS LAMDS. few persons in this country, either North or South, seem as yet to appreciate the value of lands well covered with sod. Our ordinary rotations involve the plowing up of grass lands every three or four years, following with a hoed crop nnd one. or...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 14 November 1871

TUESDAY EVENINC, NOV. 11, 1871. lllßtl. READIN<;«. Stock Kunming at I.ahue. - The practice of allowing stuck—oowi, hogs, and sheep—to wander about the pub lic roads is a troublesome and verj waste ful one. A great portion of the value of the feed of an animal properly fed and kept in yards is returned in the shape of mmare ; hut if stock is allowed to roam at large, all the manure dropped by them becomes the perquisite of some long-headed farmer, who keeps the road-drains and gutters open on to his farm, so that he receives all tho wash after every rain. A very noticeable cause of the poverty of the stork met with in dis tricts where this custom is observed, is the promiscuous mixing up occasioned by al lowing aaimals of both genders to run un checked. In such localities a fnrmer can not tell when he can expect a calf or a litter of pigs, and often they come at most un seasonable times and of very undesirable parentage. Thus, without order or system m this particular, and from wa...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 14 November 1871

ftMttttfj -Watt |ouvttal Tl KSDA. EVENING, NOV. 11, 1871. vmeiNiA ni,«s. —A lmuiliiT of sneak thieves an- now in festing retcrslmrg. —Philip Phillips, the singing Pilgrim, is in Alexandria. —Norfolk oily ha-) employed counsel to aid the consolidated line in iis rase with Jann- EL Tyson tl als. Col. S. 1,. Lewis, of Caroline, is candi date for the oitiee of Land Register, now held by \\ . 1\ MeKelluin. —W. L, Harvey i. appointed postmaster at Moore's Ordinary, Prince Edward cottar ty, Va., vice Henry S. Hooker, declined. —.James Lynch, of Peter-burg, is reno vating and repairing his cotton mill on t 'anal street. Can't We build one or two here. —The Rev, '!'. W. Hooper, pastor of the Second Presbyterian church Lynchburg, has declined the call lately made him from the chimb at Columbus, Mississippi. ■ —George Barton, confined in the jail of Lredciickslittrg, recently made his escape by cutting through the Hue of the chiinn.y, thence to the roof and thence—we know not. —Walter Wade, -o...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 15 November 1871

(iuiiinLAMi i. 11, November nth, latl. It seem-, the Demoirain in thi- iiiuni. tieterniiiied (if not by fiiir hy foul metiiiM in -, ml . Conservativedelegate in the neXi Legislature | from the county. Not *atistied wiih the palpable tajnstlce ilun- Mr. Tnriiin, the liepuiilie.iu ctintliilate, b* dii carding the whole JVltinakin vote, in which he re ceived :,7 majority, they have served notice upon him to contest iii- .lection, open lie- alleged i .round that the whole vote taut tit "Knead*. -lore" was illegal, ,'lt which Ttirpiti received lln Please inform M who are to he hehl rcsponsitile ' ;,, ~,-iiriviug : everal humlred legal voters of ihe ' l-iaht of suffrage ' The county .fudge who ap jKiinted unworthy, corrupt, ami irre.-ponsitili judges of election and commission.tj, kc. or the judges and coinniissioners of election themselves? ! We are determined Hint these outrages slmll I not bs perpetrated upon us an v longer. Cannot a iiet of political conspirator.* he pnosecntixl midcr...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 15 November 1871

I *' PAILY, SEMI-.¥',:KKI.T: AMI WEEKLY, l ; J "10. SIS'. Mils _M.IT, KICOHB, Viwnn 11 , t, Kl(\\ Mill I»\>IKI.S. K-lilor nml ".lamu.lT. TERMS: a DAILY. ! c I . Din- year *« oc j Three months, 1 60 . oath* i'< w I Cue mouth M) I f Slv.vn-.VE.iKI.V. II [ts.l'ED KVKRV TITSIiAY ANI, IP.InAT.f me ytftur i! fldl Three months B s S,x moiitlis I 16 I due month '-■' 'j] WI'.EKXY. I_ [l-SI-HI, I.VKKV U-IIDM-SDAT.] j Hue year j! ,",.i | siv-mouths 7/i ' I Cl.i'H RATIOS Ellll SEMI-WEEKLY: r ■ ~ I ~-. .Vii: Months. Three. Moitthi. \ ".", copies.... ;11 in |S 00 *-'7a \ 10 copies.... 20 en to , 0 i on ■Ml copies So en 17 60 s 7.') « 80 copies 73 (Hi If (in 18 7f> I r a_f"Spi'Ciinri! topiet Of cm Ii edition sent free. „ WEDNESDAY BVE'IU, MiV. 15, UtfJ. , , L tTB prißt to-day two articles from the ] Washington Chronicle niion the situation of c Virginia. I We concur in the main with hoth the g spirit and statements of fuel contained in \ tliese articles. Republicanism, as we know f it at ...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 15 November 1871

tfwttfafl £ tide gflM'mu\ f : —^^ r ~~~" - _ WEDNESDAY FA'E'O, NOV. 15, IS7I. j, RURAL ItE.tIH.VMH. | Wkki.s I'i.owkd L'NDstR, —A sub- y scriber, Oin On!., Wisoomtn, nsks if a f rrop of' freed- plowed under benefit- the i'| soil. AYe do nut think my benefit ia __*- i rh*ed_ra__permitting weeds to grow audi, then plowini; tliem (town. 11' weeds lusvo ' ( grown unavoidably, of course we would ' t plow tliem in, but would rather make aI j .■lean fallow, (ire.l mischief is often done « by permitting weeds to grow, in the hope | c of getting some benefit from them as ma- \ nure. .Seeds will mature and propagate at 1 a very early stage of the plant, and when it ( is supposed to he in blossom they are often i ready to seed the ground for many future ( crops. i Wheat and Ci.ovr.i..—lt. (iarcia, J 1 Powhatan 0. If., asks how to make forty ! .; acres of poor land grow good wheat and I i clover. If we could answer this satislic- ! . torily, we should have no anxiety as to tho j t source of our...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 15 November 1871

WKDNESDA. EV-S'O. WOT. I•. WW. i tstmmmsmmm i■ ■ ■ '-.'.!__..".'_?.'■"•__' '' "V - -'-* ■ t LATEST NEWS. Illtlll M-..V YORK. A'ie York, Nov. 11. Four u.T.liiionnl 1 cholera patient- from tho steamer Franklin j have been admitted to the hospital. _ _ , The steamer Wabaah will in* dett here three or four day;, she encountered a severe gale on her trip hither from Boa* j ton. The men at he* wheel were badly ' injured. Tweed resigned his office Thursday, and the mayor is consulting with prominent' ciii/'-ns in regard to hi. successor. Two ears, with one hundred passengers, ran oil the track of the Hudson liiver rail road at Spuyton Duyvil bridge tiiis morn ing, Stopping within a lew inches of tlie A special tv the Ucrald denies the NpOl I that the Pope has requested to reside in ' Prance. Tweed's counsel has filed nn exception to • lodge llarnard's order, on the plea of tlie j lack of jurisdiction. Captain AYillis, and a sailor of the brig : Scotland, from Porl-au-1 Yince, have died of ...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 16 November 1871

The decision of Judge Carter, of the | District Supreme Court, city of Washing- ] ton, does not, as we understand it deter mine the general question of women's right to the ballot, but only that of her right to vote in that particular city and territory. It may be said that the one involves the other, | —that if a woman possesses the right of suffrage at all unner the Fourteenth amend- I ment, she possesses it everywhere i.i this country. But several judges maintain that | while the right of suffrage is contained iv the amendment referred to. Congress must legislate suitably, giving the amendment ef fect. This is the point on which, as we un- i deratand|it, the decision rests. "Carpet-Ilnusi-l .." If the Radical.* by som. tinlooke.l lor accident shall elect a majority of the Legislature, litty carpet-bagger* will 110.-k into th. stats lor every one nowhere.— Richmoml Whiff. The term carpet-bagger as applied to the men who came into the .State when (irant put it into the hands of the...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 16 November 1871

•n*aatflfi.J '111 ¥01 WQ1 I *. f-tfMßft rrsl.l.BfS IAILY, SEMI WEEK LV ANti W.EKI.Y, •r io »!_!. Mais Stbbst, Rich.obu, Vi.»isia KIIUIHh IIAMI.I,', Editor nii.l Manager. TERMS: ),, v „ar W he 1 Three moiiths 1 Nt .it ins.it he *.*• till tine month Mi SEMI-WEEKLY. [issued evk.y tubsdat Aim . BIOAT.] Uue year ti 5U| Three mouths 7* gixraon'bs 1 25 | One month 96 WEEKLY. [issrso KVBar wbbnbsdav] One year $1 50 | six months 75 CLUB RATES FOR SEMI-WEEKLY: One Tear. Hix Manthe. Three Montht. "5 copies....til 00 ♦5 511 ti 75 To copies.... 2<i oo 10 00 5 on »i copies So 110 17 All S7» I! d Ml copies.... 76 00 97 50 18 75 •_rspecimen copies ol each edition sent free. -—-■■_-. " : ■*".'■■ ' ' Till ESOAY EVENING, NOV. IG, 1871. _ — THE CHEAP LANDS OF VIRGINIA. A large portion of the best lands of Vh ■t iiia are to-day offered in the market at prices less than at any time since the war. Considering quality, improvements, and 1 .cation, they are the cheapest lands on this continent. The appar...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 16 November 1871

§Mwtio #tate §autml THURSDAY EVENING, NOV. 10, 1871. Intrri kti..;: Letter from the Vallc>'—llepubli cnism Oainiiis Strength. 75) the Editor of the State Jonrnal Although the general result of the elec tion in this .State is not so favorable as was anticipatctl.it would he, still we, Republi- ; cans of Augusta, arc disposed to feel very ! well over our share in it. The Valley has always been held by Republicans outside of it to be r land of darkness, only to bo affected by outside light—a place where all effort to enlighten the people on the issues and to Republicani/.e any except those who Win born Republicans is useless. We have worked against great odds. As else where, the judges of election and register ing officers were all against us. Tho regis tration was not conducted in the manner intended by law—no session of the regis trars was had at more than two-thirds of tho voting places iv the county. At some places the registrar kept the books open only ono day instead of two da...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 16 November 1871

■Hi; JtSDAT KVKXINO, NOT. IC, IS7I. 1,...1 i» K.ssnlir. Views. i'iiuNivv V.M'k UeraTd prinU aa nitercst ing coiiver-aii'.n recently held at 'rutin be tween Louis Kossuth an.l a correspondent nf that journal. In view of tin- gravity of the situation in Vufrtria, ami the indications which axiat fhat tlie House of Hnpshun* ia rapidly hitsleuing lo decay, the opinions of! the great Hungarian Republican will have a | more tlian usual interest. With whatever political sentimentalities or Ropiani_m_ he tuay at one period of his life have been touched,he appears now to have a singularly acute appreciation of the practical ami useful in government, as v ii-radisiinguisht'il from i Kuropt'itiv Republicans". Ke believes the j absorbing question of the day to be that nt capital and labor, and thinks that on its fper solution depends the peace of i.u --e. But he has no faith in the interna* ml Society, which he looks upon simply the I'on'i'uibiei' of the coining crisis. symptom of the existing d...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 17 November 1871

mUBD DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, At Ken 919 M Main Street, Richmond, Va. | DAILY—IS per year ; six months, |3; thn*. months, ll.fin; 1 month, 60 cents. SEMI-WEEKLY-*..!!- per year; six months, |1 25: three months, 75 cents, WEEKLY—II.SO per year; six months, 75 cenl* WHT WEEKLY ami SEMI-WEEKLY JOURXAL dubs at extremely low rates. L . !■■ — . Evening estate f outml __ - - . '!_- GRANT AUD THE LONDON TIMS-. We print to-day an article from the 1/ondon Times on Grant's Administration, which we respectfully commend to the Democratic press. The Times was the especial friend of the Southern Confederacy during the late war. It is the one paper that may be said to reliect the friendly sympathy of England towards the Southern people. Its endorsement of Gen. lirant ' ought to have weight with them, aga'nst the denunciations of a partisan press, intent | only upon keeping up unhealthy disaffec tion among a people who need repose. We | implore those editors who prostitue their columns to defa...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 17 November 1871

d rn-ianu) DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, \ st c "1... MM MAIN STREET, KieBSONI., A'tßlll.li. f — I tI.UAHD IIIVIKI>. 1.111.r 5.1.1 Mo..n_er. , f I TERMS: , DAILY. - One year *6 OC I Three mouths 1 Ml Six month? ♦.■! 01) I One month Mi SEMI- WEEhLY. [ISSCRD RVKRT Tt'KsnAY ASI. ..II.AT.] . One year t'2 SO I Three _______ 7.'. . Bixmoiuh*. 1 '2b | One mouth 2A I WEEKLY. 1 [iB.r.D EVERY WKIINESI.AT.] t One year $1 M> I Six months 7f> ' CLUB KATES FOX SEMI-WEEKLY : On. Year. Six Months. Three Months, j ] ;*. copies.... tl I on to Ml »2 75 IU copies.... ai 00 111 nt n Ot) ■20 copies o."> (HI 17 Ml 8 73 , SU copies ... 7/i 00 S7 Ml 18 74 S__TS.it _'iineu co).ies of each edition sent free. FRIDAY EVENING, NOV. 17, 1871. _ i Poiti.ah sentiment iiuty.be an unrelia ble index of the right or the wrong in un important affairs of a personal, or even pub lic character; but when questions arise, which are of grave concern to the welfare of the people and State, and these have been publ...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 17 November 1871

FRIDAY EVENING, NOV. 17, 1871. OCR WASHI.«.TOI«. CORRESPO>'DE,MXE. Washing-ton, D. C, Nov. 15,1371. Most of the Cabinet officers and heads of m under them are now busily engaged aring their reports for Congress. Some have them already concluded and aro in the printer's hands, and from those al ready submitted, one would judge that they will be satisfactory. Contrary to the anticipation of furnishing Congress with schedule of mortality on its meeting, the Census Bureau linds it im possible to do so, and now nearly the whole force of the office is put upon the Agricul tural statistics under Mr. A. W. Paine, which is intended to be in readiness for ('ongrcss. The Sunday Gazette here, edited by Hon. Tom Florence, reviews the moral effect of the recent elections and concludes in advising his Democratic friends to nomi nate as their standard-bearer for the con test of '72, Col. Thos. A. Scott of Phila delpaia. OoL Florence, it will be remem aered, was once a popular Democratic M. C. fr...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily state journal. — 17 November 1871

l'iilliA-. BVESINQ, NOV. !■'. j \ Pofiii by Theodore Tllton. 1 won a noble feme. Hut with a sudden riown, The j e,,ple sunt, bed my crown, And in the mire trod dovfn My lofty name. 1 hoie a bounteous purse, And beggan by the way Then blessed me day by day, Hut 1. have grown as poor as they. Have now their curse. 1 gained what men call friends, lint now their love is hate. And I have learned 100 late How mased minds unmate And friendship ends. I clasped I woman's breast, As if her heart. I knew Or fancied, would be lm. — I Who proved—alas, 100 Int. '- False li!,e the re-t 1 BOW an all bereft - As when some tower doth tall, With battlement, nml wall, And gate, and bridge, anil all— \n.t nothing b'tt. lint I account it worth All pangs of fair hopes crossed— All Ices and honors lost— To gain the heavens at cost (if losing earth. So lest 1 he inclined To render ill for ill— Henceforth in me instill, LOCiod. a sweet itood-will To a_i mankind. POLITICAL NOTES. —In one of tin* Springfield (...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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